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Women are critical to the sustainable development efforts in the region, but their unique contributions to conflict prevention and local commerce are often unrecognized or unsupported.
Construction industry workers are among the populations most vulnerable to modern-day slavery. The high demand for low-skilled workers and the prevalence of temporary staff are just two contributing factors.
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How infrastructure plays a pivotal role in determining holistic, long-term solutions to major world challenges.
We have a moment ripe for sweeping change in how we produce and use energy. Can we move fast enough to hit the net zero emissions goals that many experts say are needed by 2050?
See why public sector investment is an important part of the post-COVID economic recovery strategy.
Check out this Technical Talk interview with Mai Yeung, who's research paper on Apron Floodlighting received the 2019 “Paper of the Year” award from the Illuminating Engineering Society Aviation Lighting Committee.
Exploring cleaner, more cost-effective alternatives to conventional drainage systems
As the Hanford Waste Treatment Plant ramps up its commissioning phase, Bechtel explored the many contributions made by scientists, universities, and vendors from across the country that have made this first-of-its-kind facility possible. The story of The Catholic University of America’s Vitreous State Laboratory is just one example of these many contributions and how the U.S. Department of Energy and Bechtel have incorporated expertise from around the globe to construct the plant.
Learn about the positive change we can make in a post-pandemic world, and how engineers are ready to make it happen.
Whether they are back in the office or working at home, our global Bechtel family is taking safety seriously and having fun doing it. As we transition back to normal operations, we asked our colleagues and their families to get out the camera, break out the paints, and create fun reminders of the many ways we all can #StaySafe.
See how a fresh approach to face coverings is bringing health, economic, and sustainability benefits.